Sandalwood claims Padma award for Ananth Nag

Bangalore: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent appeal to citizens to identify talented people for the Padma Awards, Sandalwood came together to nominate the name of Ananth Nag who has appeared in over 200 films for the honor. Director-turned-actor Risabh Shetty has launched a campaign on his social media pages …

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“Tomorrow’s Today” by Timothy Hines with Kelly Le Brock and Burt Young, Wins 3 Los Angeles Cinematography Awards

Above: Timothy Hines’ comedy film on recovery and redemption, ‘Tomorrow’s Today’, notched three wins at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards. Timothy Hines’ comedy film on recovery and redemption, “Tomorrow’s Today,” won three awards at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards, a film festival that demonstrates excellence in the art of cinematography …

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Nora Al Sharif’s “Ismail” paints a picture of Palestine you might not have seen

Ismail movie poster Istikana Nora Alsharif’s film “Ismail” has just been released on Istikana AMMAN, JORDAN, July 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Istikana, the leading subscription video-on-demand service focused on Arab indie films, documentaries, shorts and classics, has released award-winning documentary Ismail إسماعيل by Palestinian director Nora Alsharif Nora Alsharif’s film …

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A powerful meditation on trauma

During its last week, the Cannes Film Festival will screen a few films that can be called anthologies of one kind or another: “The French Dispatch” by Wes Anderson (five discrete stories under one concept) on Monday, the anthology “The Year of the Everlasting Storm” (seven different directors discuss life …

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Adhesive Films Market Size by Major Key Vendors, Industry Growth and Application, Forecast 2021-2028 – The Manomet Current

New Jersey, United States, – the Adhesive Films Market The study provides details of market dynamics affecting the market, market size, and segmentation, and casts a shadow over major market players by highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and successful trends over the years. This market report presents the detailed profile …

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When a movie is good, but still wrong

Sometimes having good intentions and eyewitness testimony isn’t enough for a problem-focused newsreel to connect with its intended audience. The film “Dea”, recently edited by Hong Kong sales company Good Move Media, is one example. He is investigating the endangered lives of foreign domestic workers, who number in the hundreds …

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Why Netflix Movies Look So Weird

The history of cinema as an art parallels its history as technology. Have you ever wondered why the color of The Wizard of Oz is so saturated? Well, it wasn’t the first technicolor film, but it was the first to effectively advertise MGM’s new 3-band color process to a global …

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